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Re: Net Neutrality

I don't necessarily think monopolies are really a rural v. urban phenomenon. In my experience living in rural areas I found that there were more options than the urban areas in the same state. Now I live in a different state and the urban areas have a lot of selection. I've lived in red and blue ar...

Re: Net Neutrality

I think Tal's situation with Windstream (and I've had similar experience with them in the past) shows the damage ISP monopolies can cause. While net neutrality is an important issue that needs to be debated and discussed, ISP monopolies are also a very important issue that I think isn't addressed e...

Re: Net Neutrality

Flatfingers, your argument ignores the fact that in the absence of new legislation broadband services are regulated under the Telecommunications Act of 1996 . "The FCC derives its jurisdiction to facilitate the deployment of broadband to Americans in Section 706 in the Telecommunications act of 1996...

Re: Net Neutrality

"Rather, my position is that skepticism regarding the motivation and competence of central-government regulators is also warranted, both generally and in the specific case of telling private businesses what they're allowed to charge for the goods and services they provide." - Flatfingers This appear...

Re: Net Neutrality

Tal, I am in agreement with you that the repeal of Net neutrality in the US will have deleterious consequences. That said. let's not get carried away by what this means to major content providers such as Amazon, and Netflix. Netflix' business model was not substantially damaged by Comcast in the pas...

Re: Net Neutrality

The US is a republic. Though you can reasonably posit that the political system (or process) is dysfunctional and corrupt, that does not negate what it is. As far as Net neutrality, I was and am wholeheartedly for it. In my view, the negative effects of its repeal will overwhelmingly fall on smaller...

Re: Pledge Transfers

I would be happy to take your pledge Tom, though I would also be happy to compensate you for said pledge. How should we proceed? I suppose the next step is that we inform the powers that be of our agreement to the pledge transfer. And though I appreciate your willingness to compensate me for said p...

Re: VOTE

Because the general public thinks Trump is a loose canon and that he'll explode if provoked. Honestly though, I think we would be near the end times in the US if Hillary's open boarders were to come into effect and terrorists flooded the US. I for one am done hearing that our law enforcement and of...

Re: Pledge Transfers

If Josh clears transfers, I will gladly give away (yes, I mean free of charge) my BLACK FRIDAY BUDDYPACK to whomever wishes to have it. BLACK FRIDAY BUDDYPACK . Give the gift of infinity this holiday season, and treat your friend to a limitless expanse of open space to explore! Includes TWO digital...

Re: Pledge Transfers

If Josh clears transfers, I will gladly give away (yes, I mean free of charge) my BLACK FRIDAY BUDDYPACK to whomever wishes to have it. BLACK FRIDAY BUDDYPACK . Give the gift of infinity this holiday season, and treat your friend to a limitless expanse of open space to explore! Includes TWO digital,...

Re: Thanks for abandoning your backers and supporters, Josh

To the malcontents... I have been an outspoken (if unsolicited) supporter and advocate of Josh Parnell over the years. That said, I have to say that dismissing doubts regarding Josh's handling of the development of Limit Theory by labeling critics with a pejorative term is both unfair and unconstru...

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